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Old Sep 8, 2008, 11:05 PM   #1
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Not only do you have bright and unusual colors in the geothermal features in Yellowstone, you also have interesting patterns. I posted some in the series on Mammoth Hot Springs, and here are a few more. Again, I have far more pictures of different types of patterns but thought these might be interesting and that they are probably a reasonable sampling. I'm sure that someone else would see many of the other patterns that I overlooked - while we had a week, it wasn't long enough to really examine everything. That would take a lifetime.

Grand Prismatic Springs (K20, DA 12-24):

This reminded me of a leaf (K20, 77 Ltd):

Sea Creature Profile, getting ready to dive into the pool:

Reflections (K20, A*300):

Divided (K20, 77 Ltd, Great Fountain Geyser):

Almost Still Waters (K100, DA*50-135 taken by Dan):

Thank you for sharing my summer vacation with me. I didn't post everything all of the wonders (such asa standing tree that's petrified - most of the time petrified trees you find are laying on the ground). We had a great time, Dan discovered that taking pictures gets you to look at things differently and cures the boredom of taking a walk with a photographer ("wait, let me just change lenses" or "wait until the steam clears just a bit so I can get ..."). I hope they have done justice to an incredible place, well worth visiting.
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Old Sep 8, 2008, 11:47 PM   #2
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mtngal wrote:
I hope they have done justice to an incredible place, well worth visiting.
You sure have made an impression with your pictures, Harriet. A fabulous place where one obviously can spend a lifetime without running out of motives. Thanks for taking on the effort to let us all share this beauty that you and Dan have made the best of.

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Fabulous photos Harriet.
You better keep an eye on Dan; he's liable to swap cameras with you if you're not careful! :G
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Thank you for sharing your vacation with us Harriet. All these pictures are great and congratulations on converting your husband!

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